The Angela Merkel government will take in thousands of invaders currently in Italy—even those who are obviously not “refugees” in any sense of the word.
The invaders—who illegally entered Italy by boat—will start being transferred directly from September this year at the rate of “hundreds” per month..
Only Syrians, Eritreans, and Iraqis qualify for the relocation program, meaning the majority of invaders from Africa will not be “eligible for relocation.”
German foreign minister Thomas de Maiziere, speaking at a summit in Rimini, apologized to Italy because Germany had not taken in all of the invaders from Italy that it said it would, and that this oversight would be corrected.
According to the latest data, some 3,915 Eritreans, 787 Syrians, and 686 Iraqis reached Italy in the first seven months of 2016.
The “arrangement” was announced by Italy’s Interior Minister Angelino Alfano, who said that an agreement had been reached this week to start moving “hundreds” every month.
The plan is an attempt to restart the European Commission’s stalled 2015 “relocation program” which was designed to move the mass Third World invaders into other European Union member states away from the invasion beaches of Italy and Greece.
Under the original scheme, up to 40,000 invaders were to be “relocated” from Italy, but so far only a few hundred have been flown out with many EU Member States reluctant to take them in.
“Up until now, the relocation has been a real flop,” Alfano told la Repubblica TV.
“(But) today we have heard that from September hundreds of refugees will be able to go each month to Germany. If things go well with Germany, we think they will also go well with other countries,” he added.
“We must remember that Germany already took in more than one million migrants in 2015. If it also takes in some of our (refugees) … the message will be extremely strong, because if Germany can do it, then so can all those who have not put in the huge effort that Germany already has,” Alfano said.
He said that the system “was based on the two pillars of solidarity and responsibility,” adding Italy had done its part including fingerprinting all the nonwhites who had arrived in Italy, taking all the requested countermeasures, and setting up hotspots to identity and register the invaders.
“We were supposed to receive solidarity (from EU partners) in exchange, which would mean an equal distribution of refugees from Italy across Europe. Yet, this has not occurred,” he said.
The 40,000 figure was based on the invasion levels of 2014, and since then, the numbers of Africans invading Italy has increased dramatically.
Official estimates are that at least 420,000 invaders have landed in Italy since the start of 2014.
Many of the ultra-low IQ African invaders have already moved north to the richer pickings of the northwestern European welfare states, but a recent crackdown on border crossings north has caused a huge “backlog” in Italy.
Restarting the “relocation” program is bound to heighten tensions with those Eastern European nations which have already declared their opposition to the notion.
The Hungarian government in particular has already started legal proceedings against the European Commission in Brussels to get the edict overturned, and Germany’s unilateral decision to proceed with the plan is a deliberate provocation in this regard.